Inês TellesMagazine Style | 04 Jul 2016
THE FEMININITY OF A JEWEL
All forms of art need a source of inspiration and jewellery is no exception to the rule. In a workshop, in an historic neighbourhood of Lisbon, in which the light and the universe of the city encourage creativity, Portuguese designer Inês Telles works on her collections. The new range of jewellery she presents drew its inspiration from femininity and from the strength of women, and is made up of a series of pieces that stand out for their romanticism, elegance and movement. Despite this collection having been developed in different series, Inês always began from the same idea, giving each of them the name of a warrior goddess: Hera, Beltia, Oya and Pema.
In every collection she unveils, the young jeweller proposes deconstructed and simplified forms with highly elegant details, which result in unique pieces made from premium materials, such as silver and gold.
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Text: Isadora Faustino
Model photos: Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo
Product photos: Kat V.
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